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This is an excellent weekly mailing list from UC Berkeley called the Librarians' Index to the Internet that I subscribe to. The resources below are prepared by librarians with a view towards finding reference resources on the internet. The mailings are once a week. I am often surprised at the wide variety of subjects covered by this list. If you like it and want to subscribe, the instructions are at the very bottom. Here is a recent mailing below.

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Librarians' Index to the Internet

NEW THIS WEEK for August 25, 2005

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 1. ... LII New This Week: August 25, 2005
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   This week read up on monsoons, Bob Moog (he of the synthesizer),
   strokes, cheap gas, back-to-school, botanical gardens, Coretta
   Scott King, September 11, and much more. Then visit More New to
   continue your exploration. Don't know what a carambola is? Never
   pondered a persimmon? Let us edify you! Bon appetit from the LII
   team: librarian-editors Karen, Wendy, Jennifer, Maria, Pat, Tom,
   and Charlotte, and our treasured contributors.

  http://lii.org/ntw
  http://lii.org?recs=025969
  Subjects:
     * New this week
     * LII classic content
  Created by: kgs

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 2. Africa: Explore the Regions: Sahara
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   Information about the world's largest desert, whose "size defies
   imagination: 3.3 million square miles or around 25 percent of
   Africa." Includes information about human inhabitants (such as the
   Tuareg, "a semi-nomadic group known for their salt caravans and
   distinctive blue veils"), and the ecosystem (plants, animals,
   topography, rainfall). Also includes information about specific
   countries. From the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS).

  http://www.pbs.org/wnet/africa/explore/sahara/sahara_overview_lo.html
  http://lii.org?recs=027125
  Subjects:
     * Sahara
     * Deserts
     * Tuaregs
     * Arid regions ecology
  Created by: mcb

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 3. Ancient Egypt: Science & Technology
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   Explore "mummies, elaborate afterlife preparations, buried tombs
   that require painstaking excavation, mysterious hieroglyphs and
   wall paintings" at this site. You can also interact with a 3-D
   mummy and view a mummy CAT scan, plan your afterlife, and send a
   buried message. From the Museum of Science, Boston.

  http://www.mos.org/quest/
  http://lii.org?recs=027097
  Subjects:
     * Mummies
     * Egypt
     * Archaeology
  Created by: ne

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 4. Bob Moog Biography
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   Biographical information about Robert Moog, who developed an
   electronic music synthesizer in the early 1960s, and who died in
   August 2005. Also includes links to information about the theremin
   (an early electronic instrument invented by Leon Theremin),
   current Moog synthesizer instruments, and a photo gallery. From
   the company that manufactures Moog synthesizers.

  http://www.moogmusic.com/?cat_id=82
  http://lii.org?recs=027156
  Subjects:
     * Moog, Robert A.
     * Inventors
     * Moog synthesizer
     * Electronic musical instruments
     * People
  Created by: mcb

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 5. Burning Man Turns 20
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   Series of articles on the annual Nevada festival, which originated
   in San Francisco in 1986. Discusses politics and challenges, art
   projects, and the Burning man "season" in San Francisco. Includes
   profiles of some of the people involved with Burning Man, and
   related links. From the San Francisco Bay Guardian.

  http://www.sfbg.com/burningman/
  http://lii.org?recs=027158
  Subjects:
     * Burning Man (Festival)
     * Festivals
  Created by: je

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 6. Classic Motown, 1959-1988
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   This official website from Motown Records highlights artists from
   the Detroit-based record label, such as the Commodores, the Four
   Tops, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, Diana Ross, and Stevie Wonder.
   Includes artist profiles, audio clips, a timeline of events in
   Motown's history (from 1959-1988), and current news about Motown
   and Motown artists from that time period.

  http://classic.motown.com
  http://lii.org?recs=027139
  Subjects:
     * Soul music
     * African American musicians
     * Motown Record Corporation
     * Sound recording industry
  Created by: je

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 7. Climate Warning as Siberia Melts
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   August 2005 article about the melting of the "world's largest
   frozen peat bog" in Siberia, and how the "sudden melting of a bog
   the size of France and Germany combined could unleash billions of
   tonnes of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, into the atmosphere."
   From the online version of New Scientist magazine.

  http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=mg18725124.500
  http://lii.org?recs=027112
  Subjects:
     * Peat bogs
     * Siberia (Russia)
     * Global warming
     * Greenhouse gases
  Created by: mcb

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 8. College Planning
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   A collection of articles and resources about saving money for and
   paying for a college education. Topics include the "College Saving
   Superpage" (which provides tables of information about investment
   options and tax breaks), 529 college savings plans, scholarships,
   student loans, and comparing financial aid offers. From
   SmartMoney, a joint publishing venture of Dow Jones & Company and
   Hearst Communications.

  http://www.smartmoney.com/college/
  http://lii.org?recs=027117
  Subjects:
     * College costs
     * Education savings accounts
     * Student aid
  Created by: mcb

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 9. College Savings Plan Network (CSPN)
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   CSPN, formed as an affiliate to the National Association of State
   Treasurers, "monitors federal activities and promotes legislation
   that will positively affect Section 529 [college savings plan]
   programs." The site provides an overview of CSPN activities and
   FAQs about saving for college, 529 savings and prepaid accounts,
   and tax advantages and implications. Also includes tips for
   parents and grandparents, statistics, information for each state,
   and links to related information.

  http://www.collegesavings.org
  http://lii.org?recs=027116
  Subjects:
     * College costs
     * Education savings accounts
  Created by: mcb

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10. Coretta Scott King
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   Biographical information about Coretta Scott King, founding
   president of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent
   Social Change in Atlanta. Includes details about her involvement
   in the causes of her husband, Martin Luther King Jr., and her
   activities after his assassination in 1968. Includes links to
   related essays on Martin Luther King Jr., nonviolence, and related
   topics. From the Martin Luther King Papers Project, Stanford
   University.


http://www.stanford.edu/group/King/about_king/encyclopedia/king_coretta_scott.htm
  http://lii.org?recs=027132
  Subjects:
     * King, Coretta Scott, 1927-
     * Political activists
     * Civil rights movements
     * Nonviolence
     * African American women
     * People
  Created by: je

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11. Disfarmer
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   "In the small mountain town of Heber Springs, the Arkansas artist
   known as Disfarmer [born Mike Meyers] captured the lives and
   emotions of the people of rural America between 1939-1945" in
   black-and-white photographs. This site provides a brief biography,
   access to dozens of his photos (available for purchase), and
   selected photos that can be sent as email postcards.

  http://www.disfarmer.com
  http://lii.org?recs=027119
  Subjects:
     * Disfarmer, Mike, 1884-1959
     * Photographers
     * Portrait photography
     * Portraits, American
     * People
  Created by: mcb

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12. FAFSA on the Web
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   Determine eligibility, find the federal school codes, fill out the
   Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online, and check
   on the status of a submitted application. The site also includes
   deadlines for applying and instructions for making corrections to
   an application. Some information also available in Spanish.
   "Please note that the paper FAFSA is not available from any
   website."

  http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/
  http://lii.org?recs=011641
  Subjects:
     * Student aid
     * LII classic content
  Created by: dlm

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13. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
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   This garden in Coral Gables, Florida, features "extensive
   collections of rare tropical plants including palms, cycads,
   flowering trees and vines." The site includes information about
   and images of displays and exhibits (such as tropical rain forest,
   Keys coastal habitat, and tropical fruit), the "Virtual Herbarium
   [which] is a text and photographic database of the specimens" in
   the garden's herbarium, a Florida flora picture gallery, links to
   related sites, and more.

  http://www.ftg.org
  http://lii.org?recs=027153
  Subjects:
     * Botanical gardens
     * Tropical plants
     * Gardens
  Created by: mcb

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14. GasBuddy.com
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   "GasBuddy.com can help you find cheap gas prices in your city. It
   is comprised of 170 gas price information web sites that help
   consumers find low gasoline prices." Search for prices by ZIP
   code. Information is member-supplied. Registration (free) required
   to post gas prices on most of the gas sites or to create a fuel
   log for tracking your expenses. Includes tips for conserving gas,
   links to news stories, and other resources.

  http://gasbuddy.com/
  http://lii.org?recs=022351
  Subjects:
     * Gasoline
     * LII classic content
  Created by: kgs

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15. Going Back to School
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   Article about the negative emotions children may experience when
   it is time to return to school in the fall. Includes information
   about what teachers may talk about on the first day of school,
   starting middle school, and tips to help avoid some worries on the
   first day back. From KidsHealth.

  http://kidshealth.org/kid/feeling/school/back_to_school.html
  http://lii.org?recs=027127
  Subjects:
     * First day of school
     * School children
  Created by: mcb

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16. In the First Person: An Index to Letters, Diaries, Oral Histories
and
     Other Personal Narratives
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   This site "provides in-depth indexing of more than 2,500
   collections of oral history in English from around the world."
   Covers topics such as historical events, repositories, narrator,
   year, and subject. Search results include bibliographic records,
   excerpts from materials, and links to texts. (Access to some texts
   requires subscriptions.) From Alexander Street Press.

  http://www.alexanderstreet7.com/firp/
  http://lii.org?recs=027087
  Subjects:
     * Oral history
  Created by: smb

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17. Inside 9/11
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   Companion website to August 2005 National Geographic programs that
   provides a detailed look at the events surrounding the September
   11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Features biographies of key figures,
   photos, over 50 videos of interviews, a timeline, and substantial
   bibliography.

  http://www.nationalgeographic.com/channel/inside911/
  http://lii.org?recs=027161
  Subjects:
     * September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001
  Created by: je

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18. Internet Stroke Center
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   "An independent web resource for information about stroke care and
   research" for patients, their families and caregivers, and health
   professionals. Information includes illustrations, a glossary of
   neurological terms, treatment, and symptoms. Also includes links
   to related organizations, clinical trials, and treatment centers.
   Some information also available in Spanish. From the Stroke Center
   at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of
   Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri.

  http://www.strokecenter.org/
  http://lii.org?recs=013841
  Subjects:
     * Cerebrovascular disease
     * LII classic content
  Created by: ml

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19. The King Center: Mrs. Coretta Scott King
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   Biography and other materials on Coretta Scott King from the
   center that she established in honor of her husband, Martin Luther
   King Jr. Includes highlights of her community outreach activities
   and a brief video clip with Martin Luther King Jr. talking about
   his wife.

  http://www.thekingcenter.org/csk/
  http://lii.org?recs=027133
  Subjects:
     * King, Coretta Scott, 1927-
     * Political activists
     * African American women
     * People
  Created by: je

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20. The Memory Hole: 9/11 Transcripts and Police Reports
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   "The Memory Hole has obtained 9/11 documents previously withheld
   by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. These
   transcripts of phone calls and radio transmissions, and copies of
   police reports, were finally released under a federal order
   resulting from a lawsuit brought by the New York Times." Includes
   transcripts of transmissions from LaGuardia Airport, Newark
   Airport, and police reports. From the author of several books on
   disinformation.

  http://www.thememoryhole.org/911/pa-transcripts/
  http://lii.org?recs=027025
  Subjects:
     * September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001
  Created by: rv

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21. MindZone: A Mental Health Site for Teens
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   This site aimed at teenagers offers personal stories and suggests
   strategies for coping with mental health disorders. Visitors may
   take part in polls, learn about personal strengths and how to deal
   with emotions, find facts about anxiety disorders, and question
   experts. Content at this site is "reviewed by a psychiatrist
   specializing in child and adolescent care." From the Annenberg
   Foundation Trust at Sunnylands.

  http://www.copecaredeal.org/
  http://lii.org?recs=027092
  Subjects:
     * Teenagers
     * Mental illness
  Created by: rv

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22. Monsoon Information Index
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   Questions and answers about the Mexican monsoon, "a regional-scale
   circulation that develops over southwest North America during the
   months of July through September. It is associated with a dramatic
   increase in rainfall that occurs over what is normally an arid
   region of North America." Discusses the Gulf of California
   moisture surge, severe thunderstorms, monsoon thunderstorms, and
   related concepts. From the National Weather Service, Tucson,
   Arizona, Weather Forecast Office.

  http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/twc/monsoon/monsoon_info.php
  http://lii.org?recs=027152
  Subjects:
     * Monsoons
     * Meteorology
  Created by: je

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23. Monsoon On Line
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   This website's purpose is to be a "useful repository of
   information for scientific researchers interested in the Asian
   monsoon and its prediction." It includes background information
   about the monsoons that occur in Asia each summer, forecasts and
   satellite maps of monsoon seasons back to 1997, a bibliography,
   and more. From meteorologists based in India and the United
   Kingdom.

  http://www.tropmet.res.in/~kolli/MOL/
  http://lii.org?recs=027151
  Subjects:
     * Monsoons
     * Meteorology
     * Weather forecasting
  Created by: je

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24. New Bankruptcy Law
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   "This special section of the Bankruptcy & Debt topic in FindLaw
   for the Public contains information on The Bankruptcy Abuse
   Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005. This law
   represents a major reform of the US bankruptcy system. The
   majority of changes instituted by this new law will not go into
   effect until October 17, 2005." Provides a FAQ, checklist of key
   changes, reasons for the reforms, and links to legislative
   resources.

  http://bankruptcy.findlaw.com/new-bankruptcy-law/
  http://lii.org?recs=027120
  Subjects:
     * Bankruptcy
  Created by: mcb

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25. Places in the News
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   "Responding in a timely fashion to current events, the [Library of
   Congress] Geography and Map Division presents up-to-date maps that
   locate areas relating to situations covered by news
   organizations." Featured places change with current events.
   Includes links to additional information. From the American Memory
   Project of the Library of Congress.

  http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/gmdhtml/plnews.html
  http://lii.org?recs=027091
  Subjects:
     * Maps
     * News
  Created by: pf

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26. Sahara Marathon
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   Companion to a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) Wide Angle
   program about a marathon held "in the Western Sahara refugee camps
   near Tindouf, Algeria. This is located in western Algeria near
   Morocco, Western Sahara, and Mauritania." The site features
   information about this race to benefit the Sahrawi (Arab nomads of
   Western Sahara), including a photo essay and personal narrative
   about the race. Also includes a guide to other "extreme" marathons
   and information about U.N. peacekeeping operations.

  http://www.pbs.org/wnet/wideangle/shows/sahara/
  http://lii.org?recs=027123
  Subjects:
     * Western Sahara
     * Refugees
     * Marathon running
     * Running races
  Created by: mcb

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27. Sahara With Michael Palin
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   Companion to a book and documentary about British actor Michael
   Palin's 10,000-mile journey through 10 countries and one disputed
   territory in this desert region of Africa. The site features diary
   entries for all 99 days of his trip (including information about
   nature and history), a route map, dozens of photos, and video
   clips.

  http://www.palinstravels.co.uk/static-128
  http://lii.org?recs=027159
  Subjects:
     * Sahara
  Created by: mcb

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28. Savingforcollege.com
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   This site provides "objective information about Section 529
   college savings plans and other ways to save and pay for college.
   ... [It] compile[s] and analyze[s] the information that will help
   parents and financial professionals." The site features college
   saving plan basics, a FAQ about 529 plans, comparisons of various
   college savings plans, plan details for each state, links to news,
   and more. Additional detailed information is available for a fee.
   From a CPA and author.

  http://www.savingforcollege.com
  http://lii.org?recs=027114
  Subjects:
     * College costs
     * Education savings accounts
  Created by: mcb

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29. Secrets in the Sand
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   "In the last few years, the Sahara desert has become a focus of
   interest for the US military ... it is seen by Washington as a
   perfect hideout for terrorists. The BBC's Catherine Fellows sets
   out to separate fact from fiction in this two part [audio] series
   [from August 2005] and asks how do people living there feel about
   their home being labelled a terror zone?" From the British
   Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).

  http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/documentary_archive/4131336.stm
  http://lii.org?recs=027124
  Subjects:
     * Sahara
     * Deserts
     * Terrorism
  Created by: mcb

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30. Superfund
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   Superfund was established in 1980 "to locate, investigate, and
   clean up the worst [hazardous waste] sites nationwide." This site
   provides detailed information about Superfund sites, including
   site descriptions, contaminants, clean-up, progress, and contacts.
   Also covers laws, statistics, community involvement, local and
   tribal programs, and map, risk assessment, and other databases.
   From the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

  http://www.epa.gov/superfund/
  http://lii.org?recs=006450
  Subjects:
     * Hazardous wastes
     * LII classic content
  Created by: es

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31. TIPinAsia: Your Anti Trafficking in Persons in Asia Web Portal
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   "TIPinAsia.info provides quick links to country-specific
   information on trafficking in persons ... as well as
   anti-trafficking news and information about individual countries"
   (Cambodia, Thailand, and East Timor). Includes specific instances
   of human trafficking in sex and other trades, laws, regional
   organizations, and documents on human rights, violence against
   women and children, and other subjects. Available in several
   languages. A program sponsored by The Asia Foundation.

  http://www.tipinasia.info/
  http://lii.org?recs=026778
  Subjects:
     * Anti-slavery movements
     * Slave trade
     * Forced labor
     * Transnational crime
  Created by: wh

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32. Two Decades of Burning Man
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   Series of articles on the festival that originated in San
   Francisco in 1986 and is now held annually in the Nevada desert.
   Many of the stories feature art projects that are planned for the
   festival. Also includes a timeline, basic facts and figures, and
   images of some of the people behind Burning Man and of the
   festival itself back to 2001. From SFGate.com, the website of the
   San Francisco Chronicle.

  http://www.sfgate.com/burningman/
  http://lii.org?recs=027157
  Subjects:
     * Burning Man (Festival)
     * Festivals
  Created by: je

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33. The Vertical Farm
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   Discussion about the need for "vertical farms," a new approach to
   indoor farming. It is envisioned that such farms will be
   "efficient (cheap to construct and safe to operate) ... many
   stories high, [and] will be situated in the heart of the world's
   urban centers." The site features an essay, plans, and designs.
   From a professor and students at Columbia University.

  http://www.verticalfarm.com
  http://lii.org?recs=027107
  Subjects:
     * Sustainable agriculture
     * Food supply
     * Environmental engineering
     * Urban agriculture
  Created by: sf

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34. What to Wear to School: The Great Debate Over Dress Codes and
School
     Uniforms
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   This article discusses how "the most recent data indicates that
   23% of American public elementary schools have a school uniform
   policy, but a new book makes the case that uniforms do not improve
   school safety or academic discipline." Discusses the pros and cons
   of school uniforms, and uniforms versus dress codes. Also includes
   links to related articles about clothing shopping for back to
   school, and to related sites. From Greatschools.net, a California
   nonprofit organization.

  http://www.greatschools.net/cgi-bin/showarticle/ga/361
  http://lii.org?recs=027128
  Subjects:
     * Students
     * Dress codes
  Created by: mcb

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35. Women of Protest: Photographs From the Records of the National
     Woman's Party
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   "This online presentation is a selection of 448 photographs from
   the approximately 2,650 photographs in the Records of the National
   Woman's Party collection, housed in the Manuscript Division of the
   Library of Congress." The photographs, which represent "the
   militant wing of the suffrage movement," are from 1875 to 1938
   (mostly from 1913-1922). Includes essays and a timeline
   (1912-1997). From the American Memory Project of the Library of
   Congress.

  http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/suffrage/nwp/
  http://lii.org?recs=027160
  Subjects:
     * Suffragists
     * Women's rights
     * National Woman's Party
     * United States
  Created by: je



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